The charity provides homeless young people with accommodation, health support and life skills in order to get them back into education, training and employment.
As part of their initiative, Hilltop raised approximately £2000 from donations, which was matched by the company.
The lender is now looking to hike the Three Peaks with a wider team for charity in the near future and will look for more financial contributions.
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Paul Oberschneider, founder and CEO at Hilltop Credit Partners, said: “We do deals, and climb mountain tops, that’s what we do.
“We love the ethos behind what Centrepoint is doing; helping young people find a door to the future by providing not only shelter but a leg up in getting prepared for job searches.
“Teen homelessness is not a topic most people like to think about, but the reality is that it is out there as a very real possibility for many of our young people today.”